LearnLoft Blogs & Podcasts
October 23, 2019
https://vimeo.com/367039552 “You’re not good enough.” “She is better than you.” “You don’t have the talent.” At some point, a boss, colleague, or parent has told you one of these things. You shouldn’t listen. Here’s why: they’re reflecting all their beliefs about themselves and fears on to you. Instead,...
October 17, 2019
here is immense value in a solid morning routine. Ariana Huffington, Oprah Winfrey, Howard Shultz, and countless others have well-documented routines they claim greatly contribute to their successes. Since each day has the same 24 hours, why shouldn’t we evaluate all minutes equally? So what exactly do the best leader do during their lunch hour?
October 15, 2019
According to a Holmes report, the cost of poor communication is $37 billion. Communication is one of those skills that can always be improved upon. The challenge is most people believe they’re great communicators. Instead of asking what poor communication is costing you, think about what you have to gain by improving your communication. By implementing...
October 9, 2019
If you are going to build confidence, it starts with understanding exactly what confidence is and what it isn’t. It’s best described as the belief in one’s self and one’s ability to succeed. It comes from a Latin word meaning, “to have full trust.”
October 2, 2019
Your employees are the lifeblood of your business. Their engagement, motivation, and effort help drive your results, and quite often, they are the potential future leaders of your company
October 1, 2019
Your mindset is the key to your career. That’s right, I said it. Sure, your skills matter and the quality of your relationships are important, but how you think will determine your future.
September 25, 2019
Nobody is perfect. We all have things we need to work on to improve our skills, and this is especially true of leaders. Unfortunately, many fail when promoted to a leadership position. While there are many reasons that can contribute to each individual failure, many of the problems arise because of people who are unwilling to address or downright ignore their own weaknesses.
September 25, 2019
In every workshop, we ask participants to share a book they’ve read to help with their professional development. You’d be shocked by the number of people who admit they do NOT read (or listen to) books. Yet, everyone claims they want to improve. “True ignorance is not the absence of knowledge, but the refusal to acquire it.” – Karl...